3 keys to reducing workplace violence risks
from Property Casualty
From May 17:
Kathleen M. Boncyzk writes: "As a former human resources director, my responsibilities included serving as a member of the company's safety committee. Back then when the topic of workplace violence came up, our greatest concern focused on issues like the occasional shoving match and heated arguments between co-workers. We never imagined that shootings would be an issue. However, workplace violence cannot be taken lightly. Outdated notions of 'it can't happen here,' must be disregarded. Employee safety should be a top priority for every organization. The following three tips can help minimize some of the risk from workplace violence."
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